August 24, 2019 Subject:
MALSAGOV AND BESSONOV's BOOKS ARE THE BEST EVIDENCES OF THE MOSCOW's CRIMINAL POWER AND THE ATROCITIES AGAINST THE TENS OF MILLIONS OF PEOPLE
God Bless You for sharing this amazing Monument of the Soviet Atrocities. I have read this Malsagov's book in Russian, and now I want to share this book with all the world. The other book that I am looking for now in English is BESSONOV's "My 26 prisons and my escape from Solovki". I can not find this book of Bessonov in English though it was published in English in 1928. I think because these 2 books - Malsagov and Bessonov's - are exceptional evidences against Moscow's CRIMINAL power and "their" system of NKVD-KGB's murderers, and is obviously connecting with the Russian contemporary reality with Putin and his crew's brutal suppression against the progressive Russian people - I think the KGB local agents in the USA and Great Britain - just step by steps during the previous century - grabbed everywhere in the libraries and took away all the exemplars of Bessonov's books in England and the USA. BTW for some reason this Malsagov's book is very limited, and it's not allowed to be re-published! WHY? WHO limited the publication?
January 16, 2017 Subject:
Thank you for this incredible book!
Wow, thank you for photographing this rare book and uploading it to the archives. I found a reference to this book while reading the Gulag Archipelago by Solzhenitsyn. I was so happy to find that the book is available online! I have read part 1 and am amazed. The quality is excellent and I feel as close to holding the real book as is possible. I have other materials I am currently reading so I may be slow, but when I have completed this book I will return and review the text. I am just so grateful!
Update: I finished this book. It was an excellent account. I am very appreciative of the effort it took to photograph it. I also finished all 3 volumes of The Gulag Archipelago, so I feel fairly educated on the Soviet camp system. What a treat to be able to read this rare book. Amazing that he had escaped so early and was able to publish his account of the camps. His description fleshes out what they were like in the early 20's. The escape was miraculous. Definitely worthy reading.